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Alfadhli, K, ler, MG, Cakal, H and Drury, J (2019) The Role of Emergent Shared Identity in Psychosocial Support among Refugees of Conflict in Developing Countries. International Review of Social Psychology, 32 (1). p. 2.

Antaki, C and Kent, A (2015) Offering alternatives as a way of issuing directives to children: Putting the worse option last. Journal of Pragmatics, 78. 25 -38.

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Bagnall, CL ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7213-2668, Skipper, Y ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7011-3439 and Fox, CL ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4329-4056 (2019) 'You're in this world now': Students', teachers', and parents' experiences of school transition and how they feel it can be improved. British Journal of Educational Psychology.

Baker, K, Laurence, SK and Mondloch, CJ (2017) How does a newly encountered face become familiar? The effect of within-person variability on adults' and children's perception of identity. Cognition, 161. pp. 19-30.

Banyard, P and Hulme, JA (2015) Giving psychology away: How George Miller's vision is being realised by psychological literacy. Psychology Teaching Review, 21 (2). 93 - 101 (8).

Barnett, R, Stirling, C, Hall, J, Davies, A and Orme, P (2016) Perceptions of supported and unsupported prone-restraint positions. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 23 (3-4). 172 -178.

Bibi, Bushra (2017) Health literacy and diabetes management in South Asians in the UK: a mixed methods study. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

Blanchard, A (2017) Book review of Contemporary British Autoethnography Nigel P. Short, Lydia Turner, and Alec Grant (Eds.) Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, 2013. Qualitative Methods in Psychology Bulletin, 23 (Spring). pp. 55-57.

Blanchard, A (2016) Walking a Tightrope: Ethical Tensions and Power Struggles in an Autoethnography of Childhood Emotional Neglect. Under Construction @ Keele, 2 (2). pp. 3-9.

Blanchard, A (2017) The careful stone-turner: Thinking about ethical tensions arising in an autoethnography of childhood emotional neglect. Qualitative Methods in Psychology Bulletin, 23 (Spring). pp. 48-54.

Blanchard, A (2018) The drama of becoming an autoethnographer. In: How Do We Belong? Researcher Positionality Within Qualitative Inquiry: Proceedings of 4th Annual Qualitative Research Symposium, at the University of Bath. University of Bath, Bath, 84 - 93.

Bosworth, Grant James (2019) The influence of values on environmental behaviour: an evaluation of a segmentation approach. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

Brett, P, Sorensen, J and Priest, HM (2014) A case-series evaluation of a brief, psycho-social approach intended for the prevention of relapse in psychosis. Europe's Journal of Psychology, 10 (4).

Brooks, JL (2012) Counterbalancing for Serial Order Carryover Effects in Experimental Condition Orders. Psychological Methods, 17. 600 - 614.

Brooks, JL, Bowman, H and Zoumpoulaki, A (2017) Data-driven region-of-interest selection without inflating Type I error rate. Psychophysiology, 54 (1). 100 -113.

Brooks, JL and Driver, J (2010) Grouping puts figure-ground assignment in context by constraining propagation of edge assignment. Attention, Perception, and Psychophysics, 72 (5). 1431- 1431.

Brooks, JL, Gilaie-Dotan, S, Rees, G, Bentin, S and Driver, J (2012) Preserved local but disrupted contextual figure-ground influences in an individual with abnormal function of intermediate visual areas. Neuropsychologia, 50. 1393 - 1407.

Brooks, JL and Palmer, SE (2011) Cue Competition Affects Temporal Dynamics of Edge-assignment in Human Visual Cortex. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 23. 631 - 644.

Budds, KM, Hogg, M, Banister, E and Dixon, M (2017) Parenting agendas: an empirical study of intensive mothering and infant cognitive development. The Sociological Review, 65 (2). pp. 336-352.

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Cakal, H, Eller, A and Sirlopu, D (2016) Intergroup Relations in Latin America: Intergroup Contact, Common Ingroup Identity, and Activism among Indigenous Groups in Mexico and Chile. Journal of Social Issues, 72 (2). pp. 355-375.

Campbell, P, Jordan, KP ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4748-5335, Smith, BH and Dunn, KM (2017) Chronic pain in families: a cross-sectional study of shared social, behavioural, and environmental influences. Pain, 159 (1). pp. 41-47.

Carew, M, Noor, M and Jan, B (2019) The Impact of Exposure to Media Coverage of the 2012 Paralympic Games on Mixed Physical Ability Interactions. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 29 (2). pp. 104-120.

Cook, Alexander (1970) Reactions of human subjects in simple sequential situations. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

Cranney, J, Hulme, JA, Suleeman, J, Job, R and Dunn, D (2019) Undergraduate psychology education and assessment: International perspectives. In: Assessment: Individual, institutional and international approaches. APA. (In Press)

Craven, A and Potter, J (2010) Directives: Entitlement and contingency in action. Discourse Studies, 12 (4). 419 -442.

Crozier, W R (1974) The interaction of value and subjective probability in decision making under risk. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

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De Cruz, LM (2017) Women's experience of miscarriage decades after the event: Giving voice through poetic representation. Journal of Critical Psychology Counselling and Psychotherapy.

Deakin, B, Suckling, J, Barnes, TRE, Byrne, K, Chaudhry, IB, Dazzan, P, Drake, RJ, Giordano, A, Husain, N, Jones, PB, Joyce, E, Knox, E, Krynicki, C, Lawrie, SM, Lewis, S, Lisiecka-Ford, DM, Nikkheslat, N, Pariante, CM, Smallman, R, Watson, A, Williams, SCR, Upthegrove, R and Dunn, G (2018) The benefit of minocycline on negative symptoms of schizophrenia in patients with recent-onset psychosis (BeneMin): a randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. The Lancet Psychiatry, 5 (11). pp. 885-894.

Dixon, J, Cakal, H, Khan, W, Osmany, M, Majumdar, S and Hassan, M (2016) Contact, Political Solidarity and Collective Action: An Indian Case Study of Relations between Historically Disadvantaged Communities. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 27 (1). pp. 83-95.

de Carvalho, E and Skipper, Y ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7011-3439 (2019) “We’re not just sat at home in our pyjamas!”: a thematic analysis of the social lives of home educated adolescents in the UK. European Journal of Psychology of Education, 34 (3). pp. 501-516.

de Cruz, Lois Mary (2016) Women’s perceptions of their experience of miscarriage decades after the event: an interpretative phenomenological analysis. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

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Edelstyn, NM, Grange, JA, Ellis, SJ and Mayes, AR (2016) A deficit in familiarity-driven recognition in a right-sided mediodorsal thalamic lesion patient. Neuropsychology, 30 (2). 213 - 224.

Edelstyn, NM, Shepherd, TS, Mayes, AR, Sherman, SM and Ellis, SJ (2009) Effect of disease severity and dopaminergic medication on recollection and familiarity in patients with idiopathic nondementing Parkinson's. Neuropsychologia, 44 (6). 931 -938.

Edelstyn, NMJ (2006) Creativity and the brain. The Psychologist, 19 (10). 616 -?.

Edelstyn, NMJ, John, CM, Shepherd, TA, Drakeford, JL, Clark-Carter, D, Ellis, SJ and Mayes, AR (2015) Evidence of an amnesia-like cued-recall memory impairment in nondementing idiopathic Parkinson's disease. Cortex, 71. pp. 85-101.

Edelstyn, NMJ, Martini, A ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6349-0831, Ellis, SJ, Grange, JA, Tamburin, S, Vianello, G and Dal Lago, D (2018) Risky Decision-Making And Affective Features Of Impulse Control Disorders In Parkinson’s Disease. Journal of Neural Transmission, 125 (2). pp. 131-143.

Elango, B and Hartley, J (2018) Publication trends in high impact journal: the case of World Psychiatry. Library Hi Tech News, 35 (1). pp. 25-30.

Estacio, EV and Saidy-Khan, S (2014) Experiences of Racial Microaggression Among Migrant Nurses in the United Kingdom. Global Qualitative Nursing Research, 1. 2333393614532618 - ?.

Estacio, EVG, Nathan, L and Protheroe, J (2018) Celebrating the health literacy skills and capabilities of parents in Stoke-on-Trent: A Photovoice Study. Journal of Health Psychology.

Estacio, EVG, Whittle, R and Protheroe, J (2017) The digital divide: Examining socio-demographic factors associated with health literacy, access and use of internet to seek health information. Journal of Health Psychology.

Etchells, DB, Brooks, JL and Johnston, RA (2017) Evidence for view-invariant face recognition units in unfamiliar face learning. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 70 (5). 874 -889.

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Farooq, S and Choudry, A (2017) Adherence to medication in the community: audit cycle of interventions to improve the assessment of adherence. BJPsych Bull, 41 (1). 41 - 44.

Farrow, C, Tarrant, M and Khan, SS (2016) Using social identity to promote health: The impact of group memberships on health in the context of obesity. In: Addiction, Behavioural Change and Social Identity: The path to resilience and recovery. Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 52-70.

Featherstone, MA (2019) Against the Humiliation of Thought: The university as a space of dystopic destruction and utopian potential. Educational Philosophy and Theory, 51 (3). pp. 297-309.

Ferris, Stephen Paul (2018) Finding myself: a lonely separation in childhood and the pain of being lonely all alone. A heuristic inquiry into my experience of loneliness. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

Fox, CL ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4329-4056 (2016) Humor style similarity and difference in friendship dyads. Journal of Adolescence, 46. 30 - 37.

Fox, CL, Corr, ML, Gadd, D and Butler, I (2013) Young teenagers' experiences of domestic abuse. Journal of Youth Studies, 17 (4). 510 - 526.

Fox, CL, Corr, ML, Gadd, D and Sim, J (2014) Evaluating the effectiveness of domestic abuse prevention education: Are certain children more or less receptive to the messages conveyed? Legal and Criminological Psychology, 21 (1). pp. 212-227.

Fox, CL, Gadd, D and Sim, J (2015) Development of the attitudes to domestic violence questionnaire for children and adolescents. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 30 (14). 2506 - 2525.

Fox, CL ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4329-4056, Hale, R and Gadd, D (2013) Domestic abuse prevention education: listening to the views of young people. Sex Education: Sexuality Society And Learning, 14 (1). 28 -41.

Fox, CL ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4329-4056, Hunter, SC and Jones, SE (2015) Children's humor types and psychosocial adjustment. Personality and Individual Differences, 89. 86 - 91.

Fox, CL, Hunter, SC and Jones, SE (2016) Longitudinal Associations Between Humor Styles and Psychosocial Adjustment in Adolescence. Europe's Journal of Psychology, 12 (3). 377 - 389.

Fox, CL, Hunter, SC and Jones, SE (2016) Longitudinal Associations between Humor Styles and Psychosocial Adjustment in Adolescence. Europe's Journal of Psychology, 12 (3). pp. 377-389.

Fox, CL ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4329-4056, Hunter, SC and Jones, SE (2015) The relationship between peer victimization and children's humor styles: it's no laughing matter! Social Development, 24 (3). 443 - 461.

Fox, CL and James, L (2016) Children’s understanding of self-focused humor styles. Europe's Journal of Psychology, 12 (3). pp. 420-433.

Fox, CL, Jones, SE, Stiff, CE and Sayers, J (2014) Does the gender of the bully/victim dyad and the type of bullying influence children's responses to a bullying incident? Aggressive Behavior, 40 (4). 359 - 368.

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Gadd, D, Corr, M-L, Fox, CL ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4329-4056 and Butler, I (2014) This is Abuse... Or is it? Domestic abuse perpetrators' responses to anti-domestic violence publicity. Crime, Media, Culture: an international journal, 10 (1). 3 - 22.

Gilman, Hayley ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8660-7775 (2019) Investigating the celebrity effect: the influence of celebrities on children’s and young adults’ explicit and implicit attitudes to brands. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

Grange, JA (2019) Does Task Activation in Task Switching Influence Inhibition or Episodic Interference? Experimental Psychology, 65 (6). 393 -404.

Grange, JA (2016) Temporal Distinctiveness in Task Switching: Assessing the Mixture-Distribution Assumption. Frontiers in Psychology, 7. 251 -?.

Grange, JA (2016) Time for insulting reviews to stop? Psychologist, 29 (3). 158 -159.

Grange, JA (2015) flankr: An R package implementing computational models of attentional selectivity. Behavior Research Methods, 48 (2). pp. 528-541.

Grange, JA and Becker, RB (2019) The effect of aging on response congruency in task switching: a meta-analysis. Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences, 74 (3). pp. 389-396.

Grange, JA and Cross, E (2014) Can time-based decay explain temporal distinctiveness effects in task switching? Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 68 (1). 19 -45.

Grange, JA and Juvina, I (2015) The effect of practice on n-2 repetition costs in set switching. Acta Psychologica, 154. 14 -25.

Grange, JA, Kedra, P and Walker, A (2019) The effect of practice on inhibition in task switching: Controlling for episodic retrieval. Acta Psychologica, 192. 59 - 72.

Grange, JA, Kowalczyk, AW and O'Loughlin, R (2017) The effect of episodic retrieval on inhibition in task switching. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 43 (8). pp. 1568-1583.

Grange, JA, Stephens, R, Jones, K and Owen, L (2016) The effect of alcohol hangover on choice response time. Journal of Psychopharmacology.

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Hale, R, Fox, CL and Murray, MP (2017) “As a parent you become a tiger”: Parents talking about bullying at school. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 26 (7). pp. 2000-2015.

Hale, R, Fox, CL and Murray, MP (2017) “As a parent, you become a tiger”: Parents talking about bullying at school. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 26 (7). pp. 2000-2015.

Hallett, R and Lamont, A (2019) An interpretative phenomenological analysis of exercisers’ use of music during workouts. Psychology of Music. (In Press)

Hallett, R and Lamont, AM (2014) How do gym members engage with music during exercise? Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health, 7 (3). pp. 411-427.

Hallett, Rachel Justine (2015) Music use and exercise: A mixed methods study of activity, autonomy and adherence. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

Hartley, J (2016) Highly cited publications in World War II: a bibliometric analysis. Scientometrics, 110 (2). 1065- 1075.

Hartley, J (2016) Look: No hands! Driving on the motorway. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 42 (3). pp. 558-561.

Hartley, J (2014) Some thoughts on Likert-type scales. International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology, 14 (1). 83 -86.

Hartley, J and Cabanac, G (2017) The delights, discomforts, and downright furies of the manuscript submission process. Learned Publishing, 30 (2). pp. 162-172.

Hartley, J and Ho, YS (2017) Who woke the sleeping beauties in psychology? Scientometrics, 112 (2). pp. 1065-1068.

Hartley, J and Ho, YS (2017) The decline and fall of book reviews in psychology: a bibliometric analysis. Scientometrics, 112 (1). 665- 657.

Heath, R and Priest, HM (2015) Examining experiences of transition, instability and coping for young offenders in the community: A qualitative analysis. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 21 (2). pp. 224-239.

Hegarty, John R (1973) Some experiments in the use of the touch tutor with severely subnormal children. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

Heinze, K, Lin, A, Reniers, RL and Wood, SJ (2016) Longer-term increased cortisol levels in young people with mental health problems. Psychiatry Research, 236. 98 -104.

Ho, YS and Hartley, J (2016) Sleeping beauties in psychology. Scientometrics, 110 (1). pp. 301-305.

Holliman, A, Hulme, JA and Wilson-Smith, K (2019) Transition and adaptability in educational and organizational contexts. Psychology Teaching Review, 25 (1).

Hulme, JA Feedback to the Future. In: Feedback to the Future, 08/09/2015, Keele University. (Unpublished)

Hulme, JA (2019) "Giving psychology away" to non-psychologists. Comment on Psychology curricula for non-psychologists: A framework recommended by the EFPA Board of Educational Affairs. Psychology Learning and Teaching, 19. (In Press)

Hulme, JA (2014) Psychological literacy: from classroom to real world. The Psychologist, 27. 932 -935.

Hulme, JA (2019) Psychology. In: A Handbook for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education: 5th Edition. Taylor and Francis. (Unpublished)

Hulme, JA (2018) "Touching a nerve": studying sensitive topics in psychology. Psychology Review, 23 (3).

Hulme, JA and Allcock, SJ (2010) Learning styles in the classroom: Educational benefit or planning exercise? Psychology Teaching Review, 16 (2). 67 -77.

Hulme, JA, Davies, MNO, Taylor, J and Banister, P (2012) The science of enhanced student engagement and employability: introducing the psychology stream of the HEA STEM conference. Psychology Teaching Review, 18 (2). 3 -8.

Hulme, JA and Forshaw, MJ (2009) Effectiveness of feedback provision for psychology undergraduate students. Psychology Learning and Teaching, 8 (1). 34 -38.

Hulme, JA and Kitching, HJ (2013) Bridging the gap: facilitating students' transition from pre-tertiary to university psychology education. Psychology Teaching Review, 19 (2). 15 - 30.

Hulme, JA and Kitching, HJ (2016) Issues in Learning and Teaching in the Disciplines: Psychology. Project Report. HEA/BPS, Leicester.

Hulme, JA and Kitching, HJ (2016) Teaching and Learning Issues in the Disciplines: Psychology. Project Report. British Psychological Society/Higher Education Academy (HEA). (In Press)

Hulme, JA and Kitching, HJ (2017) The nature of psychology: Reflections on university teachers' experiences of teaching sensitive topics. Psychology Teaching Review, 23 (1). 4 -14.

Hulme, JA, Mair, C and Taylor, J (2013) An introductory guide to psychological literacy and psychologically literate citizenship. Project Report. Higher Education Academy, London.

Hulme, JA, Reddy, PA and Lantz, C Employability in psychology: a guide for departments. Project Report. Higher Education Academy, London.

Hulme, JA, Skinner, R, Worsnop, F, Collins, E, Banyard, P, Kitching, H, Watt, R and Goodson, S (2015) Psychological literacy: a multifaceted perspective. Psychology Teaching Review, 21 (2). 13 - 24 (11).

Hulme, JA, Stanyard, R, Kent, A and Skipper, Y (2018) Making a difference with psychology: case study. In: Developing your teaching: ideas, insight and action. Key Guides for Effective Teaching in Higher Education . Routledge. (In Press)

Hulme, JA and Taylor, J (2018) An overview of psychological literacy in practice from the UK. In: Teaching Psychology Around the World. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, 362 - 379.

Hulme, JA and Winstone, NE (2017) Do no harm: Risk aversion versus risk management in the context of pedagogic frailty. Knowledge Management & E-Learning : an International Journal, 9 (3). pp. 261-274.

Husain, N, Gire, N, Kelly, J, Duxbury, J, McKeown, M, Riley, M, Taylor, CD, Taylor, PJ, Emsley, R, Farooq, S, Caton, N, Naeem, F, Kingdon, D and Chaudhry, I (2016) TechCare: mobile assessment and therapy for psychosis - an intervention for clients in the Early Intervention Service: A feasibility study protocol. SAGE Open Medicine, 4. 2050312116669613 - ?.

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Jacobs, M, van Beest, I and Stephens, R (2019) Taboo gesticulations as a response to pain. Scandinavian Journal of Pain, 19 (2). pp. 397-406.

James, L and Fox, CL (2018) Longitudinal associations between younger children’s humour styles and psychosocial adjustment. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 36 (4). pp. 589-605.

James, L and Fox, CL ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4329-4056 (2016) The development of a humor styles questionnaire for younger children. Humor: international journal of humor research, 29 (4).

James, Lucy Ameila (2017) Humour styles and psychosocial adjustment in junior school pupils. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

Jenkinson, PM, Edelstyn, NM, Preston, C and Ellis, SJ (2014) Anarchic hand with abnormal agency following right inferior parietal lobe damage: a case report. Neurocase, 21 (4). 471 -478.

Jenkinson, PM, Edelstyn, NMJ, Drakeford, JL, Roffe, C and Ellis, SJ (2011) The role of reality monitoring in anosognosia for hemiplegia. Behavioural Neurology, 23 (4). 241 - 243.

Jogdand, Y, Khan, SS and Mishra, AK (2016) Understanding the Persistence of Caste: A Commentary on Cotterill, Sidanius, Bhardwaj and Kumar (2014). Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 4 (2). pp. 554-570.

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Kaptein, AA, Hughes, BM, Murray, MP and Smyth, JM (2018) Start making sense: Art informing health psychology. Health Psychology Open, 5 (1).

Kauders, AD (2017) The Social before Sociocognitive Theory: Explaining Hypnotic Suggestion in German-Speaking Europe, 1900-1960. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 59 (4). pp. 422-439.

Kauders, AD (2015) Verführung, Hingabe, Auftrag: Hypnose und Verbrechen in Deutschland nach dem Ersten Weltkrieg. Hypnose: Zeitschrift fur Hypnose und Hypnotherapie, 10. pp. 63-80.

Kent, A (2012) Compliance, resistance and incipient compliance when responding to directives. Discourse Studies, 14 (6). 711 -730.

Kent, A (2012) Responding to Directives: What can Children do when a Parent Tells them what to do? In: Disputes in Everyday Life: Social and Moral Orders of Children and Young People. Emerald Insight, pp. 57-84.

Kent, A and Antaki, C (2019) Police call-takers' first substantive question projects the outcome of the call. Applied Linguistics.

Kent, A and Kendrick, KH (2016) Imperative Directives: Orientations to Accountability. Research on Language and Social Interaction, 49 (3). pp. 272-288.

Kent, A, Melia, C, Marok, P and Waterman, C (2015) “Please, I need help, please!”: Reflections on Involving Undergraduate Psychology Students in a Conversation Analytic Study of 999 and 101 Police Calls. BPS Qualitative Methods in Psychology Bulletin (20).

Kent, A and Skipper, Y (2015) Making a difference with psychology: reporting on a module to develop psychological literacy in final year undergraduates. Psychology Teaching Review, 21 (2). pp. 35-47.

Khan, SS, Becker, JC, Butz, DA, Sibley, CG, Barlow, FK, Bitacola, L, Christ, O, Leong, CH, Pehrson, S, Srinivasan, N, Sulz, A, Tausch, N, Urbanska, K and Wright, S (2017) What do national flags stand for?: an exploration of associations across 11 countries. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology.

Khan, SS, Garnett, N, Hult Khazaie, AKD, Liu, J and Gil de Zuniga, H (2019) Opium of the People? National Identification Predicts Wellbeing Over Time. British Journal of Psychology.

Khan, SS, Hopkins, N, Reicher, S, Tewari, S, Srinivasan, N and Stevenson, C (2015) How collective participation impacts social identity: a longitudinal study from India. Political Psychology, 37 (3). pp. 309-325.

Khan, SS, Hopkins, N, Reicher, S, Tewari, S, Srinivasan, N and Stevenson, C (2014) Shared identity predicts enhanced health at a mass gathering. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 18 (4). pp. 504-522.

Khan, SS and Sen, R (2009) Where are we going? Perspective on Hindu–Muslim relations in India. In: UNSPECIFIED Springer US, 43 - 64.

Khan, SS, Svensson, T, Jogdand, Y and Liu, JH (2017) Lessons From the Past for the Future: The Definition and Mobilisation of Hindu Nationhood by the Hindu Nationalist Movement of India. Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 5 (2).

Khan, SS, Tarrant, M, Weston, D, Shah, P and Farrow, C (2017) Can Raising Awareness about the Psychological Causes of Obesity Reduce Obesity Stigma? Health Communication, 33 (5). pp. 585-592.

Kowalczyk, AW and Grange, JA (2017) Inhibition in Task Switching: The Reliability of the N-2 Repetition Cost. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 70 (12). pp. 2419-2433.

Kowalczyk, AW and Grange, JA (2019) The effect of episodic retrieval on inhibition in task switching: a diffusion model analysis. Psychological Research.

Kowalczyk, Agnieszka Wioleta (2018) Cognitive inhibition in task switching: Exploring the n–2 repetition cost. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

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Lakens, D, Adolfi, F, Albers, C, Anvari, F, Apps, M, Argamon, S, Baguley, T, Becker, R, Benning, S, Bradford, D, Buchanan, E, Caldwell, A, van Calster, B, Carlsson, R, Chen, S, Chung, B, Colling, L, Collins, G, Crook, Z, Cross, E, Daniels, S, Danielsson, H, DeBruine, L, Dunleavy, D, Earp, B, Feist, M, Ferrell, J, Field, J, Fox, N, Friesen, A, Gomes, C, Gonzalez-Marquez, M, Grange, JA, Grieve, A, Guggenberger, R, Grist, J, van Harmelen, A, Hasselman, F, Hochard, K, Hoffarth, M, Holmes, N, Ingre, M, Isager, P, Isotalus, H, Johansson, C, Juszczyk, K, Kenny, D, Khalil, A, Konat, B, Lao, J, Larsen, E, Lodder, G, Lukavsky, J, Madan, C, Manheim, D, Martin, S, Martin, A, Mayo, D, McCarthy, R, McConway, K, McFarland, C, Nio, A, Nilsonne, G, Lino de Oliveira, C, Orban de Xivry, J, Parsons, S, Pfuhl, G, Quinn, K, Sakon, J, Saribay, S, Schneider, I, Selvaraju, M, Sjoerds, Z, Smith, S, Smits, T, Spies, J, Sreekumar, V, Steltenpohl, C, Stenhouse, N, Swiatkowski, W, Vadillo, M, Van Assen, M, Williams, M, Williams, S, Williams, D, Yarkoni, T, Ziano, I and Zwaan, R (2018) Justify your alpha. Nature Human Behavior, 2. pp. 168-171.

Lamont, A, Murray, MP, Hale, R and Wright-Bevans, K (2018) Singing in later life: the anatomy of a community choir. Psychology of Music, 46 (3). pp. 424-439.

Lamont, A ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4113-1018 and Ranaweera, NA (2019) Knit One, Play One: Comparing the Effects of Amateur Knitting and Amateur Music Participation on Happiness and Wellbeing. Applied Research in Quality of Life. pp. 1-20.

Lamont, AM (2015) What else can music preferences do?: a commentary on Clark and Giacomantonio. Empirical Musicology Review, 10 (1/2). pp. 66-70.

Lamont, AM, Barros, CG, Swardfager, W, Moreno, S, Bortz, G, Ilari, B, Jackowski, AP, Ploubidis, G, Little, TD and Cogo-Moreira, H (2017) Assessing Music Perception in Young Children: Evidence for and Psychometric Features of the M-Factor. Frontiers in Neuroscience: Auditory Cognitive Neuroscience, 11.

Lamont, AM and Cogo-Moreira, H (2017) Multidimensional measurement of exposure to music in childhood: Beyond the musician/ non-musician dichotomy. Psychology of Music, 46 (4). pp. 459-472.

Lamont, AM and Hallett, RJ (2019) Evaluation of a motivational pre-exercise music intervention. Journal of Health Psychology, 24 (3). pp. 309-320.

Lamont, AM and Hallett, RJ (2016) Music Use in Exercise: A Questionnaire Study. Media Psychology, 20 (4). pp. 658-684.

Lane, D, Saleem, M and Noor, M (2019) Damned If You Do, Damned If You Don’t: Effects of Empathy and Responsibility in Muslim Leaders’ Mediated Responses to Extremist Attacks. Media Psychology.

Laurence, SK and Mondloch, CJ (2015) That's my teacher! Children's ability to recognize personally familiar and unfamiliar faces improves with age. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 15 (12). p. 704.

Laurence, SK, Zhou, X and Mondloch, CJ (2015) The flip side of the other-race coin: They all look different to me. British Journal of Psychology, 107 (2). pp. 374-388.

Leman, PJ, Skipper, Y, Watling, D and Rutland, A (2016) Conceptual Change in Science Is Facilitated Through Peer Collaboration for Boys but Not for Girls. Child Development, 87 (1). 176 -183.

Lesage, E, Nailer, EL and Miall, RC (2015) Cerebellar BOLD signal during the acquisition of a new lexicon predicts its early consolidation. Brain Lang, 161. pp. 33-44.

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